Bobby Long - Live At Arlenes Grocery mp3 flac
- Album: Live At Arlenes Grocery
- MP3: 1539 mb | FLAC: 1124 mb
- Released: 2009
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Суд - Ленфильм СССР 1967г.
OurVinyl Sessions Bobby Long. Live at Arlenes Grocery.
Signed copies of all Bobby Long CDs (Winter Tale, Wishbone, Ode to Thinking, Backing Singer, Dirty Pond Songs, Dangerous Summer, (the very rare) Live From Arlene’s Grocery, and Losing My Brotherhood and new poetry books, PLUS the download of the new album. New CD plus 'Ode' Vinyl Package. One-of-a-kind Signed vinyl Barnes & Noble banner, 6′ 39″ with hanging sprockets, from Bobby Long Losing My Brotherhood poetry reading and in store event, July 23, 2012 at The Grove in Los Angeles.
ATO Records released Bobby Long's debut album, entitled "A Winter Tale," on 1 February 2011. Much of that year was devoted to touring in support of the album, including appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on 3 February and on the CBS Early Show on 8 August. He also played high-profile shows like the Bonnaroo Music Festival, Austin City Limits Festival and the Dave Matthews Band Caravan in both Atlantic City and Chicago . 2009: Live at Arlene's Grocery (self-released). 2010: Dangerous Summer 2009 (self-released). 2010: Stranger Songs EP (ATO Records).
Long spent most of 2011 promoting the album "A Winter Tale," which began with a tour in North America. He also made an appearance on The Tonight Show on February 3, 2011 and on The Early Show on August 8, 2011. During the summer, as part of the legendary Bonnaroo Music Festival, he played on the Cafe Stage. The Dave Matthews Band Caravan included him in the line-up in Atlantic City, NJ and in Chicago, IL. He played on the BMI stage at Austin City Limits Music Festival in September.
|A1||The Bounty of Mary Jane|
|A2||This Strange Love|
|A3||Two Years Old|
|A4||Being A Mockingbird|
|A5||Penance Fire Blues|
|A6||Left To Lie|
|A7||Ode To Vicki|
|A8||Dead And Done|
|A9||Who Have You Been Loving|
- Written By, Guitar, Vocals – Bobby Long